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Online events look at Parkinson’s research and treatments and allow connections to be made

23 January 2022
Online events look at Parkinson’s research and treatments and allow connections to be made

Online events look at Parkinson’s research and treatments and allow connections to be made

23 January 2022

People affected by Parkinson's are being given the opportunity to learn more about research and treatments at a series of online events this month.


Smoke alarm plans branded 'shambolic' by Highlands and Islands MSP amid calls for further delay to implementation of Scottish Government backed scheme

22 January 2022
Smoke alarm plans branded 'shambolic' by Highlands and Islands MSP amid calls for further delay to implementation of Scottish Government backed scheme

Smoke alarm plans branded 'shambolic' by Highlands and Islands MSP amid calls for further delay to implementation of Scottish Government backed scheme

22 January 2022

A policy requiring all householders in Scotland to install interlinked fire alarms has been described by a Highlands and Islands MSP as "shambolic".


MP Jamie Stone tells Boris Johnson he must resign saying 'the jig is up'

12 January 2022
MP Jamie Stone tells Boris Johnson he must resign saying 'the jig is up'

MP Jamie Stone tells Boris Johnson he must resign saying 'the jig is up'

12 January 2022

The Easter Ross MP added his voice to calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to quit over the 'partygate' controversy


WATCH: Highland musician Brandon McPhee teams up with grandad for social media hit

03 January 2022
WATCH: Highland musician Brandon McPhee teams up with grandad for social media hit

WATCH: Highland musician Brandon McPhee teams up with grandad for social media hit

03 January 2022

Brandon McPhee says he is "really proud" of his grandad after a video of the duo playing accordion tunes became a New Year hit on social media.


£10,000 gift for Raigmore Hospital ward from sales of grateful north man's book

26 December 2021
£10,000 gift for Raigmore Hospital ward from sales of grateful north man's book

£10,000 gift for Raigmore Hospital ward from sales of grateful north man's book

26 December 2021

A hospital ward where patients receive cancer treatment has been given a £10,000 gift thanks to a Caithness man's storytelling abilities.


More than 90 per cent of older and vulnerable people in NHS Highland area fully vaccinated

24 December 2021
More than 90 per cent of older and vulnerable people in NHS Highland area fully vaccinated

More than 90 per cent of older and vulnerable people in NHS Highland area fully vaccinated

24 December 2021

NHS Highland has hailed the "fantastic" progress of its vaccination programme with over 170,000 booster or third dose jabs having been delivered.


Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says Easter Ross MP

03 December 2021
Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says Easter Ross MP

Still much more to do in fight against HIV and Aids, says Easter Ross MP

03 December 2021

Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone has warned that there is "still much more to do" in the fight against HIV and Aids.


New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

19 November 2021
New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

New grant scheme to support community groups in Highlands with climate change projects

19 November 2021

A new grant scheme will offer funding to help community groups in the Highlands and Islands work with a researcher to run climate change projects.


'Urban-centric' electric vehicle policy is 'frankly insulting' to the Highlands

19 November 2021
 'Urban-centric' electric vehicle policy is 'frankly insulting' to the Highlands

'Urban-centric' electric vehicle policy is 'frankly insulting' to the Highlands

19 November 2021

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross MP Jamie Stone has accused the UK government of adopting an "urban-centric" policy on funding for EVs.


Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Ross MSP as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

19 November 2021
Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Ross MSP as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

Young people must be at heart of recovery, says Ross MSP as she backs first Scottish Careers Week

19 November 2021

Young people in the Highlands deserve support to ensure they are at the heart of the economic recovery after the pandemic, Maree Todd has said.


Highland space project supporter to highlight 'crucial' role of peatland at COP26

09 November 2021
Highland space project supporter to highlight 'crucial' role of peatland at COP26

Highland space project supporter to highlight 'crucial' role of peatland at COP26

09 November 2021

A leading supporter of the Sutherland spaceport will tell COP26 about the "crucial" role of peatland in reducing the impact of global warming.


Entertainer Brandon McPhee says online concerts 'will never replace the real thing' ahead of north dates which include Tain

17 October 2021
Entertainer Brandon McPhee says online concerts 'will never replace the real thing' ahead of north dates which include Tain

Entertainer Brandon McPhee says online concerts 'will never replace the real thing' ahead of north dates which include Tain

17 October 2021

Brandon McPhee has admitted that virtual concerts "will never replace the real thing” as he and his band prepare to go on the road again.


'Reasons to remain optimistic' after Caithness misses out on trailblazing nuclear fusion plant

15 October 2021
'Reasons to remain optimistic' after Caithness misses out on trailblazing nuclear fusion plant

'Reasons to remain optimistic' after Caithness misses out on trailblazing nuclear fusion plant

15 October 2021

A FAR North bid to host the STEP prototype power plant is not among the five that are shortlisted.


Brandon McPhee itching to get back on stage with Tain date next week

14 October 2021
Brandon McPhee itching to get back on stage with Tain date next week

Brandon McPhee itching to get back on stage with Tain date next week

14 October 2021

Brandon McPhee says virtual concerts 'will never replace the real thing' as he and his band prepare to hit the road again, with Tain on the itinerary.


Alness project scoops £10,000 lottery boost

07 September 2021
Alness project scoops £10,000 lottery boost

Alness project scoops £10,000 lottery boost

07 September 2021

Maree Todd has welcomed the latest awards from the National Lottery Community Fund, with two projects in her constituency among those benefiting.


Veterans all set for fundraising cycle relay from John O’Groats to Land’s End

24 August 2021
Veterans all set for fundraising cycle relay from John O’Groats to Land’s End

Veterans all set for fundraising cycle relay from John O’Groats to Land’s End

24 August 2021

Dozens of cyclists are gearing up for a relay ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End in support of Help for Heroes.


Highland group raises concerns over rising mental health referrals

23 August 2021
Highland group raises concerns over rising mental health referrals

Highland group raises concerns over rising mental health referrals

23 August 2021

A Highland campaign group says the need for better mental health provision locally is becoming "a humanitarian issue of the utmost importance".


PICTURES: Dounreay families' leisure time revealed in special exhibition

15 August 2021
PICTURES: Dounreay families' leisure time revealed in special exhibition

PICTURES: Dounreay families' leisure time revealed in special exhibition

15 August 2021

Nostalgic photos capturing the fun and excitement of leisure activities during the early years of Dounreay are on show in a new online exhibition.


Highland police name far north fatal crash victim

10 August 2021
Highland police name far north fatal crash victim

Highland police name far north fatal crash victim

10 August 2021

Police Scotland have confirmed that the man who died following a road crash at Castletown at the weekend was 33-year-old Scott Wares from Wick.


Coronavirus Covid-19 jabs to be offered to teenagers aged 16-17 in Scotland

05 August 2021
Coronavirus Covid-19 jabs to be offered to teenagers aged 16-17 in Scotland

Coronavirus Covid-19 jabs to be offered to teenagers aged 16-17 in Scotland

05 August 2021

Everyone in the 16-17 age group will be offered the Covid-19 vaccination in Scotland.


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